A U air monitoring project, expanded to TRAX’s Blue Line, shows how smoke from last year’s fireworks drifted through the valley.
Science & Technology
Experiments challenge long-held assumptions about the strength of metals.
The new study goes back further than 23andme could have ever imagined.
The University Teaching Committee has selected Tino Nyawelo, associate professor in Physics & Astronomy, to receive the Community Engaged Teaching and Scholarship Award for 2020. Last year, Nyawelo received the College of Science Award for Fostering Undergraduate Research Excellence.
New research by University of Utah chemists provides the foundation to design efficient polymers that can prevent the growth of ice that damages cells.
Scientists have identified how cerebral malaria, a deadly form of the tropical disease, develops and have defined a potential drug target toward alleviating this condition for which few targeted treatments are available.
In 2020, the College of Science will give hundreds of undergraduates the opportunity to contribute to real research projects the year that they step onto campus.
Elk have antlers. Rams have horns. In the animal kingdom, males develop specialized weapons for competition when winning a fight is critical. Humans do too, according to new research.
Prestigious Churchill Scholarship provides opportunity to complete a one-year master’s program at the University of Cambridge
A look at how a virus and its molecules interact with human cells.